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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
4.1.3.3 If the hazardous item (or material) has not been
29CFR1910.1200;
properly labeled by the manufacturer, the owning
41CFR101-42.202(e)
DOE organization shall label, mark, or tag the item in
accordance with the OSHA Hazard Communication
Standard requirements regarding the actual or potential
hazard associated with the handling, storage, or use of
the item (or material).
4.1.3.4 Hazard and special care or handling information shall
41CFR101-42.202(e)
be maintained in the item record for use in preparation
of reports of excess property, and reassignment or
transfer documentation.
4.1.4
Disposition of Unstable/Reactive Chemicals - Unstable/reactive
41CFR101-27.204
chemicals (see definition) that are identified as non-extendable
shelf-life items (also known as Type I items (see definition))
shall be safely discarded at the expiration of their designated
shelf life.
4.1.5
If shelf life is unknown, unstable/ reactive chemicals that might
NFPA 45, Sec. 7.2.3.5;
become hazardous during prolonged storage shall be evaluated
NFPA 45, Sec. 10.3.2
or tested, at six-month intervals as a minimum, to assure
continued safe use. Material found to be unsafe or incapable of
being rendered safe shall be discarded.
4.1.6
Unless shelf life is extended on the basis of technical evaluation
41CFR101-27.204;
(e.g. for Type II extendable shelf-life items (see definition)),
41CFR101-42.001
hazardous materials with an expired shelf life shall be
reclassified as "hazardous waste" (see definition), if required
by federal, state and/or local environmental laws or regulations.
4.2 Utilization of Excess Chemicals
41CFR101-42.2;
Hazardous Materials General:
41CFR101-42.11;
The utilization and transfer of hazardous materials and certain
41CFR102-36;
categories of property within the Federal government shall be
41CFR109-42.11;
governed by the special policies and methods prescribed by the GSA
41CFR109-43
in 41CFR101-42.2, 41CFR101-42.11 and 41CFR102-36 in addition to
any superceding DOE requirements found in 41CFR109-43 and
41CFR109-42.11.
4.2.1  Offsite Utilization Within DOE Complex - Internal DOE
Screening.
4.2.1.1 Prior to reporting excess chemicals to the GSA,
41CFR102-36.45(e)(1);
reportable property (see definition) shall be screened
41CFR109-43.304-1.50(a)
for reutilization (or reassignment) within DOE using
the Energy Assets Disposal System (EADS) (see
definition) for a 15-day period.
[NOTE: Refer to Appendix A of this chapter for a
description of typical disposition steps for an excess
chemical.]
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